Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by PKel1988, Apr 15, 2019.
What's the average time it takes for your preloaders to unload a trailer?
What size trailer?
Is it full?
Does it have packages in it?
One minute and 47 seconds
you will do what they tell u
With an extendo that goes into the truck or rollers?
with an extendo in preload shift with a spa person scanning and labeling every package i say 1 hour average.
It takes however long it takes to unload some odd amount of trailers per overtime hour.
Depends on your equipment setup and wheither or not their PT Sup knows how to run the
Is it one of those drop Z frames?
Trailers take longer to unload when they get spotted to the dock like this.
Pups, 18mn- 1.5 hrs. Longs 45mn-2.5hrs. It depends on the unload ft sup staying on the unloaders and the preload center manager staying on the ft unload sup.
Maybe my loader in package was trying to avoid this which is why he always loaded rear to front. And this whole time I just thought he was retarded .
We get paid by the hour so when it's done, it is done.
The first 45ish ft of a 53-footer takes about 45 min to 1 hr... then the last 8 ft takes another 30 min bc the extendos don't reach the back of 53-footers in our building.
Be sendin us stuff late. Gettin it on the boxlines at or after 9am.
Sounds exactly like my building.
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